November 16 ~ Frame

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Do you have a blank wall or two? Can you think of a few people on your holiday list who appreciate art? Do you need change in your decor? Today’s your day!

Make It

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Make a Message Board for your home (or for a lucky friend!) with Pascale from //Between the lines//. You can find instructions for constructing the board in the previous link, and instructions for preparing the fabric in this link.
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This Simple Silk Screening with Kids (or not) Tutorial from Nicole at One Golden Apple makes the process look easy & fun, and the results are fantastic.
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Chasity shows you how to make a Fabric Scrap Collage at belle and burger. She adds that it’s an easy project to adapt to all skill levels.
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Ashley from Make It and Love It created this easy Framed Initial with her computer, scissors, favorite fabric and double-sided fusible web!
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Monica shows you how to turn a salvaged window into a Shadowbox Frame at Crafty Nest.
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Monica from Crafty Nest also has this great Mini Framed Magnetic Board we think you might enjoy.
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We seriously want to drop everything right now and experiment with Thread Sketching on Fabric after reading the tips at clutterpunk. She adds, “…It’s a great way to embellish plain tea towels or serviettes for a quick(ish) project.”

You might also enjoy these related tutorials from the SMS archives: Fabric Art, Fabric Bulletin Board, Gifts for Organization, Gifts for Artists

Here are just a handful of fabrics we love for some of these projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Jennifer’s choice Beth’s choice Lauren’s choice
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Buy It

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We want to frame this Modern Design Deck Print from Jen Renninger and Little Paper Planes today! The print is from an original gouache and acrylic board illustration. Little Paper Planes has a great selection of prints, paper goods, clothing & more so be sure to look around!
spacer Secret Room Locket from Whimsical Treasures
Frame a treasured momento or picture in this Secret Room Locket from Whimsical Treasures.
spacer Lavender & Sage Hand Embroideries from Hare and Drum
These Lavender & Sage Hand Embroideries are presented in free-standing frames, “allowing for the light to pass through the fabric.” Agnieszka sells hand embroidered table linens, hoop framed pieces, ornaments and much more in her Hare and Drum shop.

Mix It

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Bake this traditional Christmas Stollen Recipe from Elyn at e’s joie for Christmas morning.

Print It

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Have we got a treat for you today! Jen Wallace, the writer behind the blog Indie Fixx, created Feed Your Soul to share free art with everyone. Every month new artists contribute art you can then download, print and, well, frame! Visit Feed Your Soul for a huge variety of 2009 prints, including this selection from Angela Vandenbogaard.

Win It

Twaiku contest! (Haiku on Twitter.) Post your original haiku on Twitter this week and include #HH3 (trying to save you a few characters.) The theme? Handmade Holidays, of course! Our 2 favorites win a $20 gift certificate to Sew,Mama,Sew!

Comment in today’s post for a chance to win this book. The winner will be announced on Friday. Visit our prize list to see some of the other great giveaways this month.

By Amanda Blake Soule

(Shambhala/Trumpeter, $21.95, ISBN: 978-1-59030-595-9)

From the Publisher:

For many of us, our home is the center of our life. It is the place where our families meet and mingle, where we share our meals and share our dreams. So much more than just a space to live, our homes offer us a place of comfort, nourishment, and love for us and for our children.

In Handmade Home, Amanda Blake Soule, author of The Creative Family and the blog, offers simple sewing and craft projects for the home that reflect the needs, activities, and personalities of today’s families. As Amanda writes in the introduction, “As a crafter, I’m always looking for the next thing I want to make. As a mama, I’m always looking for the next thing we need—to do, to have, to use—as a family. The coming together of these parts is where the heart of Handmade Home lies.”

Filled with thirty-three projects made by reusing and repurposing materials, all of the items here offer a practical use in the home. From picnic blankets made out of repurposed bed sheets to curtains made out of vintage handkerchiefs, these projects express the sense of making something new out of something old as a way to live a more financially pared-down and simple life; lessen our impact on the earth; connect to the past and preserve a more traditional way of life; and place value on the work of the hands. Also included are projects that children can help with, allowing them to make their own special contribution to the family home.

More than just a collection of projects for handmade items, this book offers the tools to create a life—and home—full of beauty, integrity, and joy.

From the Make Good Crafts + Life Series

More Handmade Holiday Ideas (& don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool!)
15 ~ Celebrate
14 ~ Shop
13 ~ Go
12 ~ Clean & Tidy
11 ~ Pamper
10 ~ Craft
9 ~ Play
8 ~ Deck the Halls
7 ~ Exercise
6 ~ Sit Back & Relax
5 ~ Read
4 ~ Go Green
3 ~ Sleep
2 ~ Adorn
1 ~ Wear

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All links and photos from blogs on our Handmade Holidays posts are used with permission.

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479 Responses to November 16 ~ Frame

  1. Angela says:

    when you say friday, what friday is that? I would love this book. And I love those art prints to download!

  2. Jennifer says:

    OOH I have been eyeing this book. I love that window shadow box. Would be great for framing your kids artwork too.

  3. Angela says:

    Thank you for the Feed your Soul link. What a neat thing!

  4. Leslie says:

    Pick me. Pick me.

  5. sara says:

    The screen pringting looks neat, have to try that.

  6. Lindsey says:

    Thread sketching- how cool!

  7. Megan says:

    My favorite post so far! Thank you!

  8. That thread sketching idea is SO neat!

  9. Danielle says:

    wow that thread sketching tut is pretty cool. I didn’t realize I could do that with just my normal machine.
    Feed your soul is also pretty flipping awesome. I’m very excited to puruse through that site.
    Thanks for the inspiration SMS!

  10. Brookiej says:

    Gotta try the framed initials for my girlies! I LOVE the message board too! Want to try it all…may never sleep again!

  11. Kelli says:

    I am in love with today’s projects–I’m going to try most if not all of them, maybe not for Christmas with the to-do list y’all have me on now with all of these great projects, but one day me and my machine will be sitting down to do a little thread sketching now!

  12. Casey says:

    that message board is amazing!

  13. Liz B says:

    I am new to sketching with thread, I want to definitely try more of it. I have the free-motion down, but I also want to try thinking about combining multiple thread colors.

  14. Elizabeth says:

    The fabric sketching looks very cool. And I will have to try that Stolen recipe for my Dad, he loves the stuff!

  15. Abby says:

    I agree with several of the other posters; I want to make all of these! Especially the fabric sketching and the message board. And thank you for the Feed Your Soul tip. Those are beautiful!

  16. Lisa Eichholtz says:

    Another perfectly lovely day of projects!

  17. liliana says:

    I really love the message board. Great idea!

  18. Rachel says:

    Wonderful ideas! I’m definitely trying a few and I would love to have the book.

  19. Kristen says:

    I would like to try the silk-screening and also the mini-magnetic frame. Very classy! I would also be thrilled to win this book!

  20. Wendy says:

    Wow, those downloads are awesome. Thanks. I just love this spot to come and always find cool ideas.

  21. Heidi says:

    As always so many great ideas!

  22. susan mzf says:

    ooooh thread sketching….. I love it. I’ve just started playing with it and the possibilities are just endless!

  23. Erika says:

    I love her blog and world outlook. I’d love to get this book!

  24. Andrea says:

    Feed My Soul! How amazing – right up there with Bread and Puppet’s beautiful Cheap Art. And count me in for a chance to win Amanda’s book – a great gift for my darling sister.

  25. katie says:

    I can’t wait to check out Feed Your Soul!

  26. Aimee says:

    These ideas will keep me busy for MONTHS!!! I love them all. I’m especially excited about Feed My Soul. What a great idea!

  27. Deb Cameron says:

    hmmmm, thread sketching…another technique to add to my repertoire!

  28. Paulina says:

    I have a cork message board at home and wrapping it in fabric would make it much better. Thanks!

  29. Lauren says:

    This is by far my favorite so far of all the handmade holiday days! i love the salvaged window

  30. BreannaS says:

    I love the screen printing idea I am thinking about doing it with my preschool class to make winter shirts snowmen etc.

  31. Krystina says:

    The message board is great! And I’m really excited about this free art site. I’m off to check it out!

  32. Carrie says:

    I love the shadow box frame. Oh, the possibilities.

  33. Ingrid says:

    I’m going to try thread sketching on an apron I’m making for a friend. Using thrifted, repurposed fabric, yay! I’m happy, too, for a chance to win this book.

  34. Yay! Soooo glad you guys featured IndieFixx. I had printed this picture & have it hanging at my desk.

  35. Debbie KL says:

    The message board is really cool!

  36. Lindsey says:

    Thanks for the screen print tutorial! I will have to try that!

  37. Kimberly says:

    That mini magnet board is genius!

  38. Sarah says:

    wow, love the sketched bird!

  39. mommymae says:

    what a perfect tute on thread sketching. i’ve been eyeing that as an embellishment for quilts, but haven’t been brave enough!

  40. Julia says:

    The free art site is AMAZING!! There are some great gifts in this post, too! Thanks so much!!

  41. Jennifer says:


  42. Rachel says:

    So cool!!! I love the prints!!!

  43. Morgan says:

    Can’t wait to try the screenprinting!!

  44. Heather B says:

    The framed initial would be a cute addition to my daughter’s room, as we are redoing it.

  45. Anna says:

    I’ve had my eye on this book for a while! Would love to win it!

  46. Ariane says:

    Thanks for sharing these wonderful ideas. They are great.

  47. sofie says:

    This is what i really want for christmas!

  48. Marilyn says:

    Oh wow, I love the mesaage board and the fabric scraps collage!! Thanks so much!

  49. Rachel says:

    Love the framed initial and thread sketching!

  50. Erin J. says:

    I love the shadowbox frame! And I want that book!

  51. Myrnie says:

    Love the fabric sketching!

  52. Sarah Lorde says:

    I’m in love with the message board. All of the ideas are wonderful.

  53. Denise says:

    I love the prints to download today! Thanks

  54. Julie says:

    Cool, cool, and cool!

  55. Cindy says:

    There some good stuff here. I love the printables.

  56. Ricki says:

    This looks like a lovely book!
    Great projects πŸ™‚

  57. Jessi says:

    love the magnetic frame!

  58. Liz says:

    I need one of those message boards I think – or maybe I should find a spare wall to put it on first πŸ™‚

  59. Michelle says:

    I was just thinking of trying to make Stollen this year. Thanks for the link!

  60. Karen says:

    Love the silk screening tutorial. Thanks for the giveaway!

  61. Kelly says:

    Thank you for the Feed the Soul link!

  62. Liz says:

    one of these days i will find the perfect project for the old windows in my basement. and i will keep them until then! πŸ™‚

  63. Megan says:

    OOOooooo!! i would love to make homemade gifts for christmas way to go sustainability!

  64. Madeline says:

    Wow great ideas! Can’t wait to give them a try!

  65. Christina says:

    lovely ideas! i especially like the magnetic board!

  66. christy says:

    looks so awesome!!!

  67. Beth T says:

    You’re keeping me busy today–I want to try everything! (And I would really love to win Handmade Home.)

  68. Samurai Mom says:

    I Love SOULE MAMA. I would love to have her book!

  69. Kerri says:

    I like the sketching πŸ™‚

  70. Gretel says:

    Yet again, wonderful ideas, thanks!

  71. Aimee says:

    What great ideas. I just got The Creative Family and love it. Handmade Home is next on my list.

  72. Ellen says:

    Love the thread sketching idea for fabric.

  73. Lucie says:

    oh my gosh… I would LOVE to win the book. I have been having a little book-envy every time I go to Borders and look through it.

  74. Rachel Dallaire says:

    Such cute ideas!!!

  75. wendy says:

    oh, how lovely! I must try some of those!

  76. Sissy says:

    Feed your soul is a fantastic website! Thanks for exposing me to it :~)

  77. Amber says:

    I love the mini magnetic frame idea! cool use of a frame.

  78. Bethany says:

    Thanks for the great ideas. I love them.

  79. yahooo! I’m off to try thread sketching! Thanks for all the great ideas!

  80. I love the thread all the others!

  81. Lauren says:

    Love that thread sketching!

  82. Alexandra says:

    Ooooh, great idea for all my scraps! Im excited to make a scrap collage for a holiday present!

  83. LisaC says:

    I love the framed initial! What a cute wall decoration.

  84. Betsy M says:

    Love the fabric sketching. That book would be sooo nice to have!

  85. Emily says:

    Yum! I love stollen…maybe I’ll make some before Christmas…

  86. Valerie says:

    What a neat new way to use up the fabric scraps!

  87. Charmaine says:

    silkscreening! so much fun

  88. Marianne says:

    Lots of great ideas!

  89. Jen C. says:


  90. Ruth says:

    Such cool projects! So many to choose, I don’t know where to begin πŸ™‚

  91. Rachel says:

    Oh man, I don’t know what I want to make first!! Probably fabric sketching- A-mazing!!

  92. Grace Wong says:

    love the fabric thread sketching!

  93. whitney says:

    What a lovely print!

  94. I think I will give that stollen recipe a try!

  95. ~Helena~ says:

    I love the ideas I don’t know which to start with.

  96. Karen says:

    Thanks so much for the Feed Your Soul link!

  97. Missie says:

    As a fellow Mainer I appreciate all that Amanda Blake Soule does. She truly is inspiring and I would love to win her book. And I think I have the perfect fabric for some framed monograms!

  98. Loralynn says:

    I love the shadow box! What a great idea!

  99. KT says:

    Wish I had space to display a salvaged window/frame, that looks so pretty.

  100. Joann T. says:

    I like the silk screening idea. That may be something to try with my son for a few gifts this year.

  101. Jill D says:

    The shadowbox frame looks so fun.

  102. Tawny Bee says:

    Another thing you can “frame” or hang ro kids is an advent calendar. Been busy making ones for the kids I know this year! πŸ™‚

  103. sy says:

    thread sketching looks so cool, will try it out

  104. min says:

    Hey, if you’re interested in thread drawing, I just want to point people to another GREAT thread drawer. Kristin at KLT:Works is a local gal here in the Pacific NW and does super stuff. Here’s her link:

  105. Crystal says:

    The fabric sketching looks amazing, can’t wait to give that a whirl!

  106. Jen V says:

    I LOVE the SouleMama blog & would love to win this book! Thanks for offering it up. Some lucky winner will be so pleased.

  107. MamaBee says:

    Thanks for the Feed Your Soul link!

  108. Kathleen says:

    Mini magnetic board is very neat! And I’d love to win the Handmade Home book! I’ve noticed many sewists on other blogs have made things from this book.

  109. Misty.Creek says:

    Handmade Home has been at the top of my wish list since it arrived!

  110. anna says:

    oh, how I would love that book! πŸ™‚

  111. catherine aubry says:

    Great ideas . I want to do them all !

  112. Andrea P. says:

    I want to try the silk screening. The locket is very pretty!

  113. Anna says:

    Thanks for some great ideas! Lovely to see clutterpunk featured today πŸ™‚

  114. Julie says:

    The memo board and magnetic frame look like good projects to try.

  115. April says:

    I think you can never have too many message boards.

  116. michaelann says:

    thread sketching…that sounds fabulous! so does handmade home!!! yay

  117. Danyelle says:

    Everything is so cute! I love the message board and the free printable art is such a great idea.

  118. Laura Collins says:

    love the message board!

  119. I really like the framed initial and everything else too – of course

  120. Alexis says:

    Great ideas, can’t wai to get started.

  121. Natacha says:

    I like the fabric collage, it’s a nice and cheap idea!
    Also the free art is beautiful

  122. Stacy says:

    Great ideas! Thanks!

  123. marta says:

    more fabulous ideas! Thanks!

  124. Trish says:

    Clutterpunk’s wonderful light hearted tutorial on thread sketching is just fantastic! Thanks very much for this. I will definately have a go.

    I love the screen printing from One golden Apple too.

    My list is growing longer by the minute! x

  125. Erin says:

    Ooohhh!! Love the framed initial and fabric scrap collage – what simple goodness for my bare walls. Would LOVE to get my hands on a copy of Handmade Home!

  126. I love love love the ideas today! I want to try them all.

  127. Jen L says:

    need to screen print!

  128. Kelly says:

    I’d love to have this book in my library…Thanks for the chance to win!

  129. Anna says:

    Adore the book!! The message board is great too!!

  130. Yetta says:

    I have heard such great things about this book! Yay!

  131. gigi says:

    oooh thread sketching…interesting!
    thanks for the fabulous links as always!

  132. Shannah says:

    (I _really_ want that book!)

    I want to drop everything and do thread sketching on fabric, too!!! (How long until 5:00?)

  133. anja says:

    more great ideas, thanks!

  134. Jena says:

    I love the framed initial and am going to download some art from feed your soul for my daughters room.

  135. Lola Nova says:

    Love all of these projects so great. Also love that book!

  136. Michelle Blanc says:

    I never thought screen printing at home was feasible (or affordable). I can’t wait to do it, thanks!

  137. Sonya says:

    sketching with thread sounds really neat! Thanks for sharing

  138. Melanie says:

    I must try the silk screening! And maybe the fabric collage…so many great ideas!

  139. mercedes says:

    i am so excited about the “print it” component of today’s blog. feed my soul is delightful. i already have several picked out that i’d love to put in my home. thanks for sharing!

  140. like the framed initial idea a lot! and of course the feed your soul art site! i’ve been on hold for this book from the library for months now, and there’s still six more people before me. i think i’d rather just win it for free!

  141. Kate M. says:

    Love the magnet board.

  142. Jodi says:

    Great ideas!

  143. Carolyn Wood says:

    Great ideas!

  144. Nicole says:

    Beautiful free art project! I would love to win this book.

  145. Well, shucks, thanks for the link love and the other projects look fabulous… I think I need to try that board out.

  146. amanda says:

    I love the fabric sketching. I’ve never seen such an idea, but I love the wait it came out. Can’t wait to get home from work and give it a go. Thanks!

  147. Rebecca says:

    my favorite idea of the day is the fabric sketching! Keep ’em coming!

  148. ara jane says:

    Every year I say I’m going to make Christmas stollen and every year I forget. This will be the year I DON’T forget!

  149. christine says:

    i have this book on my christmas wish list so i would love to be able to cross it off…so pick me!

  150. corinne says:

    thread sketching! brilliant.

  151. Been dreaming about this book!!

  152. Jane says:

    Ooh! Love the framed letters and free art downloads! I’d LOVE Soulemama’s latest book. I have totally been enjoying Handmade Holidays – love looking at it each day. Thanks!

  153. Stacey C. says:

    I’m excited about the free art at Feed Your Soul! Thanks!!

  154. Cali says:

    I love the art website. Super cute stuff!

  155. Emily Dawn says:

    I love that message board. I think I might make one for my mom.

  156. kim says:

    wow….the free prints are so cool!

  157. elizabeth says:

    The framed scraps are awesome. I love making something of essentially nothing. And ditto on the thread sketching — must try soon.

  158. melanie says:

    I look forward to “Handmade Holidays” as much as I do Christmas. πŸ™‚
    Such wonderful ideas!

  159. Tina says:

    To many ideas… not enough walls… help!!!

  160. Larissa says:

    I’m having way too much fun bookmarking all of the cool ideas this month. I am definitely going to try the silk screening though! I’d love to make cool prints on simple cloth napkins and use them for holiday gifts with some jar cake/cookie/other mixes. What a fun way to get kids involved too!

  161. Laurel says:

    Great projects, and I’ve had my eye on that book for a while!

  162. Alissa says:

    These are some GREAT ideas! Thanks!

  163. Kadybug says:

    This book is going on my Christmas wish list

  164. Gina F says:

    Lots of fun options! Thanks again!

  165. Stephanie says:

    I am so in love with the free art! Amazing! THANK YOU!

  166. Kirsten says:

    This book is on my holiday wish list…Christmas come early?? I’m loving the handmade holidays, keep it coming!

  167. jenne says:

    oh wow! I love the Feed Your Soul stuff!

  168. Alexandra says:

    I love Feed Your Soul!

  169. dorothy says:

    I’m loving all of these great ideas.

  170. sarah f says:

    I love the silk screening idea! I would love to try that on some tees and give them out as gifts.

  171. Julia says:

    Oh this is on my wishlist, thanks for the giveaway πŸ™‚

  172. Jenny says:

    Oh lovely! I’ve always wanted that book! πŸ™‚

    Love the thread sketching! πŸ™‚


  173. Laura says:

    Way cool on the silk screening. But I’m confused about all of the stollen recipes I’ve seen this year. Dutch friends used to make stollen every year and it always had a ribbon of almond paste in the center – but none of the recipes I’ve seen contain it! It’s odd.

  174. amandah says:

    Home sweet home. I would love this book.

  175. Rebecca says:

    great ideas today, I’ll be trying the Stollen recipe for Xmas.

  176. Hashi says:

    I see thread sketching in my future. What a great tute!

  177. crissy says:

    I really want to make the shadow box frame, that looks amazing!

  178. Marybeth says:

    Oooh, wow. Loving the printable art. That could be so fun!
    Would love to win the book too, of course.

  179. Vicki K says:

    Every single one of these projects is a total winner!

  180. Great ideas!

  181. Anna A says:

    Loving the Modern Design Deck Print… thanks for the great inspiration again today!

  182. Sonya M says:

    Love these lovely frame ideas! I’d love to own the book too. Free artwork has just been downloaded, now to decide where to hang it….. πŸ™‚

  183. shannon says:

    I LOVE the framed initial, so easy and cute! And I’d LOVE to win Handmade Home!!!!!

  184. Hilda says:

    I love the magnet board! And I seriously want this book…

  185. Serena says:

    Oh, LOVE the Message Board! And now to read about thread sketching.

  186. Katie says:

    I like the framed initial and the mini magnetic board frame. And free art??? I’m sold!!!

  187. Alison says:

    I have been wanting that book!

  188. Alison says:

    I have been wanting that book! I also love the sketching idea!

  189. Jennifer says:

    Fabulous idea’s. I really like the message board. Thanks for all the great idea’s!

  190. Cara says:

    Oh, the thread sketching and screen printing are so cool! Thanks for sharing these!

  191. Coralee says:

    there just aren’t enough hours in the day to try all the things I want!

  192. Juliet says:

    I love handmade holidays!

  193. Linda J. says:

    I’ve got two doors that could use a message board hung right next to them on the wall. The pockets are a great idea. A simple initial for each family member and they’ve got their own mail pocket. Thanks for the wonderful ides!

  194. Beth says:

    I want to make the message board for my sewing room, and I would love to win a copy of Amanda Soule’s book–love her blog.

  195. Codecrafter says:

    The message board is so cool! I have to check out the silk screening too…

  196. Tamara (AK) says:

    The book sounds great – would love to have/use it!

  197. Jennifer says:

    I am amazed at the thread stitching! I can’t wait to try it. And thanks for the Feed Your Soul free art. What a wonderful idea.

  198. janet says:

    I would love to win this book! Great ideas, thanks.

  199. marie beck says:

    Wow, some of the best ideas so far! Love the framed magnetic board, and it can be made so cheaply! Thanks yet again πŸ™‚

  200. Jennifer says:

    Love the scrap fabric collage.

  201. buebau says:

    The Amanda Blake Soule book is gorgeous, and the best prize!
    the pocket memory bord is so so cute!!

  202. amye says:

    what a neat thing Feed Your Soul is…so excited to learn about it. thanks as always!

  203. Tabitha says:

    I’m excited about the stollen and the fabric choices! Thanks.

  204. Kirsten says:

    I’ve already printed some great art. Thanks for the tip. Ooooh how I want this book!!!

  205. amy rautiainen says:

    Will be doing this silkscreening technique. Thanks!!

  206. Sarah S says:

    I am also dying to try thread sketching! If only I wasn’t at work right now!!!

  207. Lorene says:

    Love the message board!

  208. Lynnette says:

    Tread sketching is a lovely way to venture out of the box, thanks for sharing! The free art is beautiful too.

  209. Sorahart says:

    Wonderful, as always. Thanks for the ideas!

  210. Meg says:

    Love the thread sketching!

  211. Heather Capener says:

    One more week till projects here I come!! Thanks for all the great inspiration!

  212. I really need to win this book!!!

  213. Lisa says:

    So many cute ideas, I’m not sure where to start.

  214. Ashley says:

    “Handmade Home” is on my Christmas list. It would be awesome to win it instead. I love the mini framed magnetic board. It would make it so easy to display several pictures and change them to stay up-to-date with growing kids!

  215. Nichole says:

    Love these ideas. The fabric sketching and silk screening tutorials are great ! Thanks for these resources !

  216. DeDe says:

    Next year for November, I’m taking the whole month off from work just so I can make all these great things!

  217. StephanieS says:

    Handmade Home looks like a beautiful book!

  218. Kristin says:

    Great projects! I’ve been loving the Feed Your Soul site all year!

  219. Sherri says:

    So many great links…this was my day! I want to make everything!

  220. Gwen says:

    The thread sketching looks amazing. I don’t think I’m artistic enough to make it look very good, but wow is it a cool idea.

  221. Celeste says:

    That thread sketching has such a classy look to it–gorgeous!

  222. Sara says:

    Thread sketching – I’m on it!

  223. Shaz says:

    Oooo, what a way to start a Monday!

  224. Beth says:

    I really like the framed initial. I did one similar, but with buttons. Maybe I should post a tutorial sometime πŸ™‚

  225. Jenna Z says:

    Ooh, that Modern Design Deck Print=perfect gift for husband!!!

  226. Sarah S. says:

    Thanks so much for all the great craft ideas!

  227. Candace says:

    i like that magnet board. super cute gift idea.

  228. All of those projects are fantastic!! I would love to win!!! Thanks once again for the chance!

  229. Tammy says:

    I love the framed magnetic board and the initial…great ideas!

  230. alisha says:

    So much fun stuff today. I’ve been wanting to try screen printing, so maybe now I’ll get up the nerve. And I can’t wait to try the thread sketching!

  231. Tammy says:

    That framed magnetic board looks like a fantastic project!

  232. Rachel says:

    With all these ideas, I need more time until Christmas!

  233. Java Jane says:

    The screen project is terrific. Thanks for the inspiration.

  234. Dacia says:

    oh my goodness,this might be my favorite day yet! Thank you for the link to Feed Your Soul! I am so excited! and I LOVE the magnetic board & silk screen tutorial!

  235. Beth says:

    That message board is so clever. And I’ve been wondering how to sketch with thread…can’t wait to try it out! Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!!

  236. Caroline says:

    I have been making applique tees using Make It and Love It’s technique for awhile, but I love the idea of just using a bit of fabric and framing them! Can’t wait to try that in my home.

  237. Allison says:

    I’ll definitely have to try that screen printing

  238. Tanya says:

    Inspiring uses of fabric.

  239. Krystina says:

    Oh the shadowbox is lovely. Will you guys stop giving me ideas?!?! It takes me forever to sew!

  240. mon ami says:

    I love that message board! thanks again

  241. Kirsten says:

    This book is on my must have list.

  242. Louby Lou says:

    MMmmmmMmmmmmmmm Stollen… lol

  243. Whistlepea says:

    I love all of the to buy gifts especially.

  244. Elizabeth says:

    The fabric sketching looks so cool…I can’t wait to try it. And I would love, love, love to wind the book.

  245. hannah may says:

    I’m mad for making the fabric summer wallets from the ‘shop’ post last week, the fabric sketching is going to look really great on the front of them. Thanks so much for the great inspiration.

  246. beverly says:

    Great ideas!

  247. Kimberly says:

    That fabric sketching and silk screen printing are on my to do list.Thanks.

  248. jm says:

    Free art! I didn’t know about Feed Your Soul. Thank you very much for sharing.

  249. Brooke says:

    Very inspiring… especially the thread scketching

  250. Karyn says:

    I love the message board- especially the pockets on the bottom.

  251. Natasha says:

    Great choices! I am intrigued by the thread sketching and can’t wait to try it out.

  252. Sarah says:

    I love the framed letter!

  253. Elizabeth says:

    More great ideas! Oh, I hope I win this book. I love Amanda Soule!

  254. gonzomama says:

    amanda always has such great projects, this would be a great gift!

  255. Ann Dilcher says:

    I want to do some frames with fabric an ribbons to hold barrettes or earrings. And I so need to do a message board or two or three.

  256. amy says:

    This has been my favorite post yet! Keep them coming!

  257. Limor says:

    Those framed hand embroidered pieces from Lavender & Sage are gorgeous. Makes me want to take up embroidery again.

  258. Ann says:

    I want everything! Especially love the fabric behind the photos – great idea and oh so easy!

  259. Bethany says:

    Wow today was really great!! Love it!!

  260. Michelle says:

    I love that tree print. I dreaming of so many projects with it.

  261. Carlee says:

    Great projects! Thanks for the inspiration!

  262. Mama Lusco says:

    Thanks for more great ideas.

  263. Lisa says:

    Oh, Oh, Oh! Pick me Pick me!!! Oh wait all those wonderful tutorials are FREE! What a great selection you have today. My “to do” list keeps getting longer and longer and longer. Last time I was at Ikea I picked up the thin cloth dishtowels for 49 cents each. I think these would be perfect for the thread painting! I wonder if they are still that cheap. . .hmmm. More to do!

  264. ting says:

    Message board is lovely. Would love to win the book – thanks for doing the giveaway!

  265. yeah, gonna try the fabric sketching.

  266. Megan Lazzar says:

    always, such wonderful ideas.

  267. amelia says:


  268. Monica says:

    I love the message board so much! And Amanda’s book is wonderful.

  269. Alyssa says:

    Love today’s ideas! Giving me new ideas, might have to change a few gift ideas!

  270. Kelly O. says:

    loving some of the free prints on that website!

  271. Heather S. says:

    love the message board idea. the pockets would be perfect for my pens, postage stamps, etc.

  272. Gretchen says:

    Great ideas, as always!

  273. Stephanie G. says:

    I’m all over that message board!!

  274. Corrie says:

    I would love to win the book! I can’t wait to try that thread sketching. That looks amazing!

  275. Charity says:

    I have an old window I’ve been wanting to do that with! Yay for tutorials!! πŸ™‚

  276. jeanne reynen says:

    I’m enjoying, so much, your daily projects! Thank you.

  277. Shawna Desrosiers says:

    Can’t wait to try the fabric sketching!

  278. Leigh says:

    I think that Santa is going to bring new bedroom decor for my daughters, and those framed initials would be a perfect addition!!!

  279. Somer says:

    I need to try all of those.

  280. Jasmine Yount says:

    I love love love the frame with the initial!!!! Super cute!!! Would love to have to book!!!

  281. Julia M. in MI says:

    I do have some blank walls in my home. So, thanks for the great ideas and inspiration.

  282. Amy says:

    I love the initial picture and would love to have that book.

  283. Myda says:

    Can’t wait to try the thread sketching on fabric, looks super fun! Making some handmade gifts this year, I will have to find a to incorporate some of these great ideas!

  284. Ellen says:

    The Stollen looks GREAT! Thanks.

  285. Shauna B says:

    I love the frames initial and message board. The Handmade Home book looks like fun!

  286. Fiona says:

    I would love a copy of Handmade Home!

  287. Marisa says:

    Thread sketching on fabric looks fun and beautiful – can’t wait to try it! And – I have some serious overdue fines, thanks to Handmade Home – I think I need my own copy. πŸ˜‰ Keep up the good work, SMS!

  288. Ashley Ann says:

    That shadowbox frame is so cool!

  289. mary says:

    I love all of the framing ideas, and The Modern Design Deck is great! -thanks for always sharing such great ideas

  290. Grandma G says:

    Looks like a great book!

  291. Meryl says:

    I love the framed fabric!

  292. Chelsey says:

    I’ve been drooling over than Handmade Home book. So fun!

  293. Maya says:

    A message board with pockets, wow!

  294. Amy says:

    Fantastic tutorials today! I see a magnet board in my future πŸ™‚

  295. Susan says:

    The Feed Your Soul free art is fabulous! Now I can help my daughter spiff up her first apartment and the price is right.

  296. Megan says:

    Hmm…yes, these are all very nice ideas, but…um…is it wrong that I want to make them all and give none of them away?

  297. Kathleen says:

    Thanks for the ideas ! i like the simplicity of the initial wall art.

  298. Rebecca says:

    Love the message board!

  299. Julia Gabriel says:

    I love that message board and as a mom to 5 it sure will come in handy.

  300. Courtney Herd says:

    this blog is awesome! I just found it through another site and I’ve added it to my list of blogs to follow! Thanks for all the craft ideas!

  301. Christina says:

    That simple silk screening looks like a really fun project!

  302. Jessica C says:

    I am jumping over to Feed Your Soul right now to check out that project.

  303. Susan W says:

    Oh please oh please oh please. I have been wanting this book for months. These projects are great too.

  304. Angela says:

    Lots more great ideas to try this Holiday season! Can’t wait to do the silkscreening!

  305. sarah says:

    lots of cool ideas today–especially love the framed magnetic board!

  306. Kayduh says:

    That looks like a super cute book!

  307. Tina Mackey says:

    I have been coveting that Handmade Home book!!

  308. Katy says:

    Wow – fantastic ideas today… And I love Feed Your Soul, what a great resource!

  309. Gretchen says:

    Gorgeous day! What great ideas.

  310. Christine says:

    Oh Yes…this book is to die for and to win it would be devine!

  311. Andrea says:

    Staring at a blank spot on my wall and trying to figure out which of these projects will fit the bill. Thanks for the ongoing inspiration!

  312. Debra says:

    I love the pockets on the message board!

  313. Anja says:

    Oh, this are all perfect projects. And perfect book…

  314. Sarah says:

    Can’t wait to try thread sketching! As always, thanks for the great ideas and links to new favorite bloggers!

  315. Ammie says:

    I love the divine thread stitching.

  316. Leisel says:

    What fabulous ideas!!!

  317. Melissa says:

    I would love to have this book!

  318. Thanks for the great ideas!

  319. Liz says:

    More great ideas!

  320. Charlotte says:

    Love it! And I have been eyeing Handmade Home for some time now . . .

  321. Andi says:

    Love the thread sketching! All of the posts are great. Keep em coming!

  322. Amy says:

    I really want to try the thread sketching. Thanks!

  323. Nikki says:

    I loved looking at Feed Your Soul site, great freebies there!

  324. Jody says:

    Oh my. . . what amazing ideas today! Love the message board and can’t wait to read how to silk screen. Too much fun!

  325. missknitta says:

    Thanks so much for introducing me to Feed Your Soul! Bookmarking right now…

  326. Krista says:

    i’d love to win that book. i flipped through it at the bookstore while trying to shop for a gift. the crafting section always distracts me.

  327. Megan says:

    Love the screen printed t-shirts!

  328. Katie Bowlby says:

    Great stuff. The framed initial looks like a fun project.

  329. Emily S. says:

    That magnetic board is clever! So simple to change the pics on it!

  330. Katrina says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the framed initial and the silk screened shirts. So many ideas running through my head right now!

  331. Sunny says:

    Oh my! I really want to make the message board!!! must find time!

  332. Stacy says:

    A great start to the week, thanks so much!

  333. jennsquared says:

    I love the frame projects!!! All of them!

  334. mara says:

    I like all these ideas, especially as a way to show off some favorite fabrics.

  335. Ellen says:

    I’m really intrigued by the thread sketching!

  336. MaryAnn says:

    I really enjoyed todays post- so many creative ideas.

  337. Deanne says:

    love the message board – perfect for my family.

  338. Michelle says:

    This is my favourite day yet! Love all the ideas!!

  339. Elle says:

    Ooooh! Lovely ideas today! Happy Monday!

  340. Deanna says:

    I’m loving all of your ideas!

  341. kelly jo says:

    Ooh, I’ve been eyeing this book for a while now! Love the framed initial for my daughter’s room!

  342. Tanya says:

    I am on a waiting list at the library for this book, I’d rather have my own copy though:)

  343. Ellen says:

    Thanks for the link to Feed Your Soul, that is awesome!

  344. Chrissy says:

    Oh! I so want Handmade Home! Thank you for offering it!

  345. Steph W says:

    Cool, cool, cool!

  346. alli b says:

    I love the thread sketching technique. will be trying this out as soon as possible! What a great idea.

  347. Kristen says:

    This book would be so much fun to have!

  348. Tong says:

    That tree print from Angela Vandenbogaard is absolutely gorgeous!

  349. Kelli says:

    The framed initial is both simple and stylish!

  350. Sherrie Smith says:

    Thanks for giving us all these great ideas!

  351. Natalie says:

    Thread Sketching? It looks so fun. And what a user friendly tutorial.

  352. Christine says:

    I can’t wait to try out that thread sketching! The bird in the photo posted is simply lovely.

  353. Deidre says:

    Ooooh, I have always wanted to have this book! And cool ideas too! Thank you so much!

  354. Nikki Rainey says:

    I am really enjoying your handmade holidays posts. I have found so many great ideas of things to make for my family and friends for upcoming birthdays and Christmas. I would love to win this book so I can have more great ideas at my finger tips.

  355. Fawn says:

    What neat projects! I love the message board:)

  356. Dawn G. says:

    Thanks for all the great ideas!!

  357. Ticia says:

    You’ve found so many great ideas! I keep entering and hop I win, no luck yet, but I love the ideas!

  358. Bonnie says:

    Such great ideas today. Love the silkscreening tutorial! We will definitely have to give that one a try.

  359. ChrissyB says:

    I love the shadowbox frame. i have an old window that’s just perfect for this project. Thanks so much for the ideas!

  360. Sarah says:

    These are super fun ideas. I have an old window in my basement. I might need to repurpose that!

  361. virginia says:

    We need the message board and it is so cute.

  362. Deanna says:

    Some people think beautiful things have to be expensive–silly them!

  363. Elizabeth says:

    I love the message board–and the thread sketching! Something I will definitely have to experiment with!

  364. 2hippos says:

    Great ideas. I love that free tree print!

  365. Andrea says:

    It’s been a while since I checked out Feed You Soul – I forgot how much I like the art and vaste variety of images. Good Christmas gifting ideas! Thanks.

  366. elizabeth says:

    what a great bunch of projects!

  367. Desiree says:

    I love the concept of a simple scrap collage. Thanks

  368. SparklePetal says:

    I LOVE that mini magnetic memo board! What a great idea! And Handmade Home… drool…

  369. I love the framed magnetic board–those will make great Christmas gifts!

  370. Debbie says:

    I really like these creative ideas!

  371. Really love the idea of framing scrap fabric – what a way to decorate a room using a specific colour and perhaps a favourite fabric.

  372. Laura says:

    I’ve wanting Handmade Home. What a great giveaway!

  373. megan says:

    love, love, love the ideas and the free art!!! I will let everyone I know about that site, it is sooooo!!! cool, I can’t wait to print a few off, there are a few that are perfect for my kids room. thank you
    I was even thinking you could print them of onto fabric and make some really cool quilt blocks.

  374. cinzia allocca says:

    Love the print from Indie Fixx!!! One of many that I’ve printed out already. Thanks to Indie Fixx and all the wonderful artists who’ve donated their artwork!!

  375. Morgan says:

    Ha! Not five minutes before I checked this blog I was staring at the empty walls in my living room thinking, “I should sew something for these walls…”

  376. Lori says:

    Very cute ideas here!

  377. Sarah Vee says:

    Beautiful inspirations and great decorating ideas. I would love to win this book! Thanks for the chance.

  378. Amy says:

    thread sketching… must check it out.

  379. April says:

    Great message board. My favorite is that window, I’d love to do it, but I’m not quite sure where I’d find a spare window laying around.

  380. Nadia says:

    The message board and the shadowbox frame are my favourites, but all of these projects are great. I fear I am having project overload with all the interesting tutorials listed for Handmade Holidays 3!

  381. I absolutely love the thread sketching idea. Thank you for so many great projects!

  382. Kaye Prince says:

    That message board is darling and I’m definitely going to make at least one framed initial as a gift!

  383. What great ideas!

  384. Megan S. says:

    Another awesome selection! Now to find all the time to try these!

  385. Anna says:

    That thread sketching is fantastic!

  386. Erica says:

    Handmade Home is my favorite book ever! I would love another copy to give as a gift!

  387. Tara Ann says:

    What wonderful ideas, I just need to find the time. :0)

  388. KristiLou says:

    Thread sketching looks interesting!

  389. Courtney says:

    so many lovely things.

  390. brittany says:

    i just love the window shadow box frame! such a great idea!

  391. Allison says:

    Oh, I want Handmade Home so very much! I’ve looked through it before and there are so many amazing projects–I’d love to make a beach blanket and a hot water bottle cover.

    Also, the silk screening tutorial above would be so fun to try out. I’ve always wanted to give it a go.

  392. Missie says:

    I just love the framed initial. What a great birthday gift.

  393. Angie says:

    Oh yes, we need a message board in our home! Such lovely projects!

  394. Patricia says:

    Oh my! I’d love to win it! I’ve been after this book for a while now!

  395. rosie says:

    i love the thread sketching…i’m definitely going to try this!

    would love the handmade home book…the cover makes me want to sit and home and make things!

  396. keren says:

    It is all so lovely!

  397. Deborah says:

    Definitely going to try the simple stenciling. Thanks!!

  398. Diane says:

    That stollen looks awesome, but that thread stitching is incredible!

  399. StephanieB says:

    I have been wanting that book for a long time. Thanks for the contest!

  400. Julie says:

    thanks for more fun ideas. i definitely need fresh ideas for the walls.

  401. JD says:

    I love that tree picture. Maybe I’ll go print some to decorate my new apartment!

  402. amy says:

    Love, love the wall art ideas. Thank you!

  403. Meg says:

    Oh, I love this book. Or at least, I think I will! Busily working to make a handmade, homemade Christmas…

  404. Pam says:

    Thanks for all the wonderful ideas. As money is tight it has made hand made gifts that much more appealing. I have made many gifts, and sometimes it is hard to come up with new ideas. You have made this a much easier task. Thank you so much for SO Many wonderful ideas.

  405. Kayla says:

    I’ve had my eye on that book! πŸ™‚

  406. Monica A says:

    Thread Sketching, how clever!!!

  407. Vicki says:

    Another great collection of ideas and gifts! The thread sketching looks interesting. Thanks again.

  408. Courtney says:

    The little birdie shirts are so cute – I’m going to give the simple silk screening a try. Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!

  409. Caroline says:

    Once again, inspiring ideas! Thanks, sewmamasew!

  410. Caroline says:

    Oh, the little bird is so cute!

  411. laura says:

    HOw cute…gotta find more time in the day to try these ones.

  412. francesca says:

    soulemama is so inspirational! i would love a copy of her book.

  413. MsCleaver says:

    I love the message boards, the pockets really make it special. Between the lines has several lovely tutorials!

  414. Hilary says:

    I love the framed monogram what a classy and fun piece of art.

  415. LeAnna says:

    I have a ton of frames kicking around. Thanks for the ideas.

  416. Jo says:

    I love that little magnetic frame. Very cute. What a wonderful prize!
    Thanks for sharing all these wonderful tips and tutorials.

  417. Cynthia says:

    I love looking forward to these posts every day! Such inspiration!

  418. Chandra says:

    OH!!! I love soule- I read her blog all the time! Please let me win this book.

  419. Linda says:

    You continue to offer great inspiration! Thank you!!

  420. Terri says:

    love the shadow box and thread sketching….. : ) great projects once again……. : )
    you’ve done it again…… : )

  421. Leigh says:

    I have old windows just waiting around for something… I love the shadowbox idea!!!

  422. Mandi says:

    I love the silk screening and the framed initial projects! Plus I am so excited about all the free art on Feed Your Soul! Oh, the possibilities…

  423. Heather says:

    So many ideas and so little time. (sigh)

  424. Penny says:

    Love these projects, especially the framed initial and many thanks to ‘Feed your soul’ for the amazing free downloads

  425. beth says:

    These are wonderful ideas. I like the message board a lot and the thread sketching – so fun! And this book – one I’ve had my eye on for a long time. Thanks for a great post and wonderful giveaway!

  426. katie says:

    Oh, I love this book! Thanks for the chance.

    I’m eager to do a framed project – – – am finding my current wall art to be a bit dull in color – – – I want splashes of reds and yellows to get me through the midwest winter ahead. Thanks for the links.

  427. Anything that can help me organize my life is a good thing! Love these framing projects- organization AND good looks, yay!

  428. Jenny says:

    This book is so full of great ideas…I hope to make a screen bag for collecting seashells as a christmas present!!

  429. Debra says:

    I collect frames so I have plenty of them lying around. Nice tutorials!!!

  430. Dawn says:

    As always, such great ideas! Thank you!

  431. Christy says:

    Gorgeous tutorials..i love them all!

  432. Trish says:

    I LOVED all of the Make It tutorials! I will definitely have to try some!

  433. Ellen says:

    This is the best site! I subscribe to the blog and follow you on twitter. Makes me feel like I need to quit my job because it interferes with my crafting.

  434. Mare says:

    I’d really love that book!

  435. Jessica says:

    I like the scrap collage, will have to try it.

  436. amber says:

    I am loving all these posts for november, only my to do list keeps growing bigger because I want to make it all!

  437. Jenni says:

    i love that print download!

  438. Sarah says:

    Great projects! I’ve been meaning to try my hand at screen printing.

  439. Paula L. says:

    Love the Message Board!
    Thank you for the inspiration.

  440. Michelle Cress says:

    so many great ideas! Thanks a ton! My daughter and I are participating in an ugly fabric exchange thru our local quilt group, and thanks to you we have a nice selection of great ideas. can’t wait to get started!

  441. Shirley Taylor says:

    Love the magnetic board. Shame all my gifts have to go overseas and are mostly done now. Maybe I can make myself one πŸ™‚

  442. Julia says:

    clutterpunk’s thread sketching tutorial is great. I’m going to try that!

  443. Andi says:

    So many great ideas today – I want to try them all! I think I need more people on my Christmas list! πŸ™‚

  444. Chels says:

    Thread Sketching, beautiful! (But still intimidating) I also love the Feed Your Soul link. Thanks.

  445. Shimra says:

    Great frames to make a room brighter, and the message board is a dream.

  446. bex says:

    I would love to give this to my bestie for her pending baby…

  447. Zie says:

    Oh I love the thread sketching too. Simple and elegant!

  448. Alice S says:

    Handmade Home is on my wish list. Hope to win it here first!

    I’m bookmarking the framed magnetic board to make for my sewing room sometime.

  449. Giulia says:

    Art+Fabric… must try

    and just look how beautiful are the images at Free Your Soul!!!

    lovely suggestions, as usual!

  450. Rebecca Woods says:

    I would love to win this book. I have been dreaming for ages about this one. πŸ™‚

  451. Jamey says:

    I love the modern design deck poster! The tutorial on thread sketching is really great. I’m going to give it a try tonight!

  452. Amanda says:

    Had been thinking about getting an other cork board, but the message board is one step better.

  453. Jodie says:

    beautiful!! cant wait to make the message board, and those tea towels are fabulous!

  454. Silvia says:

    Thanks for these projects!!! And thanks for the link to Feed Your Soul ~ The Free Art Project: very interesting downloads!

  455. Kym says:

    So many fun ideas here! My favourite is the thread sketching. I’ve wanted to try it since seeing it used in Ottobre magazine. Thanks for linking to such a detailed tutorial!

  456. Claire Schwarz says:

    What wonderful ideas. My MIL would love the message board. Will be doing this one tomorrow. Thanks Claire

  457. beccy says:

    I’m dying to have a go at thread sketching when I get a minute! I have a friend who would love a framed initial too πŸ™‚

  458. Sade says:

    Lovely ideas. I’m looking at a fabric message board for my study too.

  459. Kerneknop says:

    Love the message board with pockets. A really good idea…

  460. The Stollen reminds me of being a child because we tried Stollen in the last German class before the Christmas break. I’d love to try the silk screen printing as that’s a technique that I’ve never done.

  461. LisaAlso says:

    What a terrific category! I never would have thought of framed items as a grouping!

  462. Amanda says:

    I can’t wait to try some of these ideas!

  463. Pascale says:

    Who wouldn’t want to win Amanda Blake Soule’s book?! I’ve been following her blog for a long time and still love it. So, I keep my fingers crossed for this one!

  464. Lynn Hynes says:

    Love the mini framed magnet board idea – what a easy way to keep your photo display in rotation!

  465. Natasha says:

    The message board is practical – but oh so funky! Love it!

  466. Amber says:

    That Kaffe fabric is gorgeous – and I love the sketching technique – it’s so fun to use!

  467. Joanna says:

    There are so many great ideas, it’ll take me all next year to get to them all! Here’s to NEXT Christmas! πŸ™‚

  468. Sylvie says:

    Great ideas today!
    Thank you.

  469. nilly ofan says:

    your craft a day project i so inspiring and fun. i love it.
    cant wait to see whats coming up next and cant wait to get started with the projects.

  470. Jaki says:

    ooh! love the pockets on the message board…and the free print it is just too cute πŸ™‚

  471. Karen says:

    Some fab things to be inspired to make here – particularly the lavender & sage hand embroideries. And that book is on my wishlist πŸ˜‰

  472. carmel says:

    the message bord is beautiful! WHAT A GREAT VERSION!

  473. Amy says:

    I’ve been looking for a tutorial on silk screening! Thanks

  474. Livvie says:

    I love the free art under Print It, it is beautiful.

  475. Fun stuff! I have so many empty frames lying around these are great ideas! Thanks!!

  476. Hey cool the 1st to leave a comment! I guess my late night inability to sleep has it’s rewards LOL… love art from recycled stuff!

  477. Joanna says:

    Really like the free art project print! And of cos I’d like to win the book too !! ^^ Thanks for the lovely give-away!

  478. lili says:

    I want to make ALL of these!

  479. Michelle says:

    Ooo! Fabric sketching??! That one I must try..

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